Contact information and helpful links

On this page you’ll find contact information and links to external websites with helpful information about human papillomavirus (HPV) and the HPV vaccine.


If you have questions about HPV or the HPV vaccine or feedback about this website, email Cancer Council at

Limited promotional materials for this website are available for health professionals upon request through this email.

State or Territory information

How you receive the HPV vaccine may differ depending on where you live. Contact your local health department for more information about the HPV vaccination in your State or Territory.

Australian Immunisation Register

For information about your vaccination record or your child's vaccination record.

Cancer Council

If you need information about cancer or need support.

National Cervical Screening Program

For more information about Cervical Screening Tests and what your test results mean.

Media enquiries

If you're a journalist or researcher and have media enquiries about HPV or the HPV vaccine, please contact Cancer Council Victoria’s Screening, Early Detection and Immunisation media team via email at


Other links

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS): The NCIRS is a research organisation that provides objective expert advice on all aspects of vaccine preventable diseases, and other issues related to immunisation, to inform policy and planning for immunisation services in Australia.

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA): The TGA is responsible for regulating medicines in Australia and monitoring adverse reactions that may occur after receiving the vaccine. Its website contains advice on Gardasil ®9, the HPV vaccine used in the Australian school-based National Immunisation Program.

Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI): ATAGI advises the Minister for Health on the National Immunisation Program and other immunisation issues.

World Health Organization’s (WHO) Cervical Cancer Elimination Initiative: Learn more about the WHO’s global strategy to accelerate the elimination cervical cancer as a public health problem.